The pair led the 45-minute session, aimed at putting fans in a calmer state of mind.
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Included in the session was a customary song on the flute from Lizzo, while SZA experimented with a Tibetan ‘singing bowl’.
See the full 45-minute meditation session below.
Lizzo has previously shared meditation mantras with her fans to help them through the coronavirus crisis. “We’re not going to let fear become the next pandemic. Namaste,” she wrote back in March while sharing a meditation video.
Both stars have recently taken part in high profile fundraising livestreams to raise money for key workers and struggling businesses during the pandemic.
Last weekend, Lizzo was part of the Lady Gaga-hosted fundraiser One World: Together At Home, which also featured performances from the likes of Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift and has raised over £100 million so far for the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
Lizzo performed Sam Cooke track ‘A Change Is Gonna Come’ for the event.
SZA, meanwhile, took part in the Jersey 4 Jersey fundraiser this week, which included performances from a number of New Jersey-based artists including Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi, as well as a Fountains of Wayne reunion in tribute to late frontman Adam Schlesinger, with the band being fronted by Sharon Van Etten.